Thursday, September 2, 2010

One - 77 Fiction

Note:- 77 Fiction infers to fictional writings bounded to a maximum of 77 words.


On the auspicious occasion of Janmashtami celebrations, many kids are pretty clad in Krishna's attire for the competition of  "Best Child Krishna Contest " .

With cute and innocent looks, attractive peacock plumage on their heads and decorated flutes in their hands , they are mesmerizing the audience.

It is very tough for the selection committee to select the best Krishna.

All the mothers are anxious with speculation and curiosity.

Finally, the announcement read,  " The best Krishna is 'Mohammed Arif' " .

PS : Very few people know the difference between Culture and Religion and I bow to all those people who often cross religion borders to join the frolic of culture.  Love you India. 


Raji U said...

Spot on..Truly said.. Amazed..
Loved it..

Kena said...

I just love this post.....

Cherry Blossom said...

Diversity is the key note of India's cultural heritage and its amazing when people show genuine reverence for each other's religious beliefs. The world salutes true lovers of mankind and a refined culture promotes fraternity. Wish all of us could follow these principles...Happy Janmastami

Someone Is Special said...

Mahesh, truly amazing post.. you are the best writer if it is 77 or 55.. Great..

--Someone Is Special--

Madhulika said...

Very well written. I know a place where people from all religion participate and enjoy all festivals.... It is true. I have spent my entire childhood n college days at JABALPUR. It is a city where Muslim committees make Durga statues for navratra in winters and these r professional ppl who every year make beautiful and innovative durga statue themes for the ( Shradhdhalus ).there are huge cash prizes kept for the best presentation.thousands of ppl from Jabalpur and surrounding places WALK ALL NITE to see these amazing idols in different forms.

At the same time, Bhandaras (where food is cooked for people ) are conducted by Christians too. And anyone can extend their helping hand at such occasions.For the entire 9 days and nites the whole city is awake and streets are full of people.It is an experience of life time to see Durga statues being decorated by Muslims and temples being just adacent to mosques.

I am lucky to have spent most beautiful time of my life at Jabalpur. If u ever get a chance do visit here especially in NAUGURGAS i.e. Dussera time.

Thanks ..u reminded me of such a nice time

keep posting more

Shilpa Garg said...

Simply wow story!! :)

Blasphemous Aesthete said...

So true, the lines of religion and culture have been smeared to in-distinction, many cross over from culture to religion and spill blood over it.
Only a few cross over from religion to culture to realize its a beautiful world in here.

Hail India!

Nice post Mahesh.

Yesterday's cover page photo was of a little boy "Rehan Shiekh" dressed as Krishna in Navi Mumbai school.
I could relate.

Nethra said...

Nice one! and if this was inspired by a real incident then that's wonderful but such things happens rarely. It's almost impossible.

Mahesh Kalaal said...

@ Raji..
Thanks a lot for the quick loving response and the pat :)

@ KEna...
Thanks a bunch dude :)

@ Cherry...
I just second every though of yours..
Thanks for the intriguing lines.

@ Someone..
Am elated....Bows!!! Thanks a lottt buddy :)

Mahesh Kalaal said...

@ Madhulika...
Thanks for letting me know about the wonderful events and the information which have intensied my belief in cultural exchange in india..
Am really glad to know that this post made you nostalgic.
Really humble bows to all those people who participate in this event . Thanks for your pat buddy :)

@ Shilpa Garg ...
Thanks for the appreciation:)

@ Blasphemous Aesthete...
Well said buddy.....In fact wise lines. I do agree with you.
And am happy to know that such events do happen across india.
Yea, Hail India.

@ Nethra...
Thanks for the feedback buddy
All i can respond to ur apprehensions is citing the two real time incidents mentioned by Madhulika and Blasphemous Aesthete in their comments in response to this post.
Please do have a look at them . Hope that would make it more wonderful.